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We feature interviews with education thought leaders, founders of ed-tech companies, chief education officers, education start-ups with purpose and meaning as well as professors in higher education. We also cover a lot of social good stories. The founder, Robyn Shulman, was recently featured as a top education journalist on Cision's Influencer's Blog.

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How to Get the Biggest Value from Your SEL Platform

  By Chad Berger After experiencing two student suicides within a three-year period, our small district of 250 students and our staff members weren’t prepared […]

New Teachers Teaching New Readers? Follow Five Facets of Structured Literacy

By Diana Phillips In the beginning… Back-to-school jitters are real, for teachers and students. Every fall I think of teachers who are doing new things. […]

Classroom Communication Strategy: A Guide for Modern Classrooms

By John Allen While many of us will have grown up with a lot of different teaching styles, both at school and depicted on television, […]

The Problem with Education’s Problems: (Part 2) Still Losing Students

By LeiLani Cauthen Editor’s Note: This three-part series seeks to identify the problem to act on, rather than approach each challenge as isolated.   As […]

Video: Solutions to deepening equity issues in the teacher shortage

A special Learning Leadership Topical Event, presented by LeiLani Cauthen, CEO at Learning Counsel News Media and Research With special guests, Jose A. Viana, Ed.D., Senior […]

Podcast: Your Share of the Stimulus Wallet

In this episode of the Learning Leadership Society Podcast, your host, Learning Counsel News Media and Research CEO LeiLani Cauthen talks with Phyllis Jordan, Associate Director of Future […]

The Science of Reading and the Science of Learning

By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark Education is moving from being based on folklore to being grounded in science at an ever-faster pace. The sciences that […]

Is Your Monitoring Software Putting Your Students’ Privacy at Risk?

By Rob Shavell As kids go back to school, the last thing they should have to worry about is whether or not their schools are […]

The Problem with Education’s Problems – Part 1 – The Teacher Shortage

By LeiLani Cauthen We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein   Editor’s Note: This three-part […]

Podcast: Education’s Serious Decision Point

In this episode of the Learning Leadership Society Podcast, your host, Learning Counsel News Media and Research CEO LeiLani Cauthen talks with Mary Schlegelmilch, the […]

Video: In-the-Box Thinking

Welcome to another episode of the Horizon Room’s Open Mic series, a chance for educators to be a part of a high-profile discussion on the […]

Is it Too Little: Or Too Late?

By Charles Sosnik Tick Toc. Approximately 13,800 district superintendents are staring down the barrel of a September 30 deadline. That’s the date that all those […]

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